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Subject: Toothbrush man...
I WANT that wallpaper in the Drake's bathroom!!
A real 1950's barkcloth style motif with that hourglass symbol that was ubiquitous during this period...
Subject: Overs and Outs
Mr. Snout -
Subject: Amusing in parts
The best scene is the tooth-brushing scene at about 10:00. The "more salt" scene is pretty good too. Most of the rest rather pointless made-up stuff, or standard outtake stuff.
Subject: Is The Calvin Company one giant blooper?
OK, here's a confession.
I don't really care for Calvin Workship films. Although some of them are okay, most of them are so forced beyond enjoyability. Case in point, this collection of outtakes and bloopers. While it's easy to pinpoint the real outtakes with the fakes, most of the humor in this is so forced that I was left rolling my eyes. Love the hunting bit though.
dan b -
Subject: Man, those Calvin cats were some crazy kooks!
Another Calvin gem, this one being outtakes from some of their films. There is some real weird scenes here. That bald guy who never says anything is great. The best scene is near the end with the brushcut guy brushing his teeth. Check it out!
The people at Calvin had a great sense of humour and didn't mind poking fun at the business they were in. I like to see what they'd produce if they were around today.
Wilford B. Wolf -
Subject: Proving Absolutely Nothing
This collection of outtakes and gags from Calvin Workshop is another lost gem. Some of bits are just odd (such as the dancing ameoba), but there are some high class sight gags on the order of Monty Python or Your Show Of Shows. Not as good as the classic Your Name Here Story, but still highly recommended.